Michael Lewis has practiced architecture in New York since 1985. He founded his practice after working at Beyer Blinder Belle & Associates, Smotrich & Platt, and William Ginsberg Architects. His design experience encompasses residential work, schools, corporations, and institutions, with projects ranging from new construction to the restoration and modernization of existing structures.

Lewis is also an abstract painter whose work has been exhibited in solo and group shows and has been selected for permanent institutional collections, including the Aldrich Museum. 

Lewis received his Masters of Architecture and Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Congress of International Modern Architects, and the U.S. Green Building Council. He is  a Leed Accredited Professional and Certified Passive House Designer and is licensed in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut .

WHAT PEOPLE SAY:  "We had a great experience working with Michael Lewis and his team on the first phase of our renovation project and will work with them again on the second half, too. Michael created a beautiful design for our bedroom-addition that corrected a decades-old renovation and produced an end result that fits seamlessly into the original Dutch Colonial style. We really appreciated the time that he and the team took to understand our goals and work with us in shaping the design. And their assistance in selecting a contractor and managing the renovation process has been invaluable. We highly recommend the firm."

—  Jesse Perrin, Owner



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